Historical Events for September 1921
Events 1 - 19 of 19
1st - Nederlander Theater opens at 208 W 41 St NYC (Billy Rose, Trafalgar)
3rd - 16th Davis Cup: USA beats Japan in New York (5-0)
3rd - KPB, Communist Party of Belgium forms
5th - Walter Johnson sets strikeout mark at 2,287
7th - In Atlantic City, New Jersey, the first Miss America Pageant, a two-day event, is held.
8th - 1st Miss America crowned in Atlantic City - Margaret Gorman (16) of Washington, D.C.
9th - Guatamala, Honduras, and San Salvador agree to Central American Union
11th - Nahalal, the first moshav in Israel, is settled.
15th - Pope Benedictus XV publishes encyclical Alcohol Paraclitus
15th - WBZ-AM in Boston MA begins radio transmissions
19th - 41st U.S. Men's National Championship: Bill Tilden beats Wallace F. Johnson (6-1, 6-3, 6-1)
21st - Pope Benedictus XV donates 1 million lire to feed Russians
21st - A storage silo at a BASF fertiliser producing plant explodes in Oppau, Germany, 500—600 killed.
MLB Pitcher Walter Johnson 22nd - The League of Nations accepts membership of independent Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania
22nd - Music Box Theater opens at 239 W 45th St NYC
26th - Yankee Ruth hits HRs 57 & 58 to beat Indians 8-7
27th - Yanks beat Indians 21-7 in Polo Grounds
28th - 4th PGA Championship: Walter Hagen at Inwood CC Far Rockaway NY
29th - Pirates drop doubleheader to Cards to allow idle Giants to clinch NL